Essential Functions · Responsible for evaluating workplace exposure occupational exposure for a client in the aerospace industry. · Self-starter capable of working independently with minimal supervision or direction. · Prepares proposals and industrial hygiene sampling plans. · Able to apply the fundamentals of IH to gather, document, and report monitoring data and make exposure judgments under the supervision of a certified industrial hygienist. · Selects appropriate monitoring instruments for use and sets exposure evaluation strategies. · Capable of calibration of sampling pumps, using both primary and secondary standards, for aerosols (total, inhalable, thoracic, and respirable fractions), gases, fumes, and vapors. · Collects complex exposure measurement data using scientific industrial hygiene methodology. · Capable of selecting and using direct reading instruments. · Determines and communicates the most appropriate OEL or OEL range against which to compare exposures. · Applies appropriate calculation methods for chemical and noise exposure assessments. · Develops recommendations to control exposures, using the hierarchy of controls. · Recognizes common signs and symptoms that may indicate an occupational illness or exposure. · Employs technical writing and computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite)which allow for developing draft reports that are grammatically correct, easy to read, technically competent, and are client ready upon submittal for senior review.
Desired Additional Skills May perform indoor environmental quality investigations in non-industrial environments, including asbestos, moisture and mold surveys, asbestos and mold remediation oversight, and general ventilation evaluations.
Job Requirements · Education: B.S. required in science or engineering disciplines · Experience: 6 - 8 years of industrial hygiene experience · Certifications, Certificates, and Licenses: Certification eligible in the comprehensive practice of industrial hygiene (CIH) from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. Holds certificates and licenses for the consulting area of specialty. · Local travel only.
Internal Number: 38269
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